U.S. Naval War College (NWC) is a dynamic institution with programs, events, and faculty contributions that are relevant and of interest from the local to the national level.
One hundred years ago, Navy Adm. William Sims returned triumphantly to Newport to reopen the shuttered U.S. Naval War College at the end of World War I.
U.S. Naval War College's "45 Seconds on Leadership and Ethics" video series showcases messages from our College of Leadership and Ethics.
U.S. Naval War College’s Stockton Center for International Law hosted a conference Feb. 25-27 on the issue of Korean security – a long-planned event that happened to coincide with the U.S.-North Korea summit this week in Vietnam.
U.S. Naval War College graduated 51 military officers with master’s degrees in the field of strategic studies on March 5. The graduates completed 10-month programs on the Newport campus in the College of Naval Warfare or the College of Naval Command and Staff.